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QUninsured driver drove my car and crashed it?

I let my friend Barrow my car, and she let a diver safe to drive. The uninsured driver crashed my car. She gave the police my insurance information .



What will happen? Will my rates go up? Who will pay for the damage to my car and another car ?
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#1PaulAnswered at 2012-03-25 20:57:24
Your insurance will pay for it , but I'm not sure if insurance compny its rate increase next door. Next time be sure to let your confidence to people and people with a better driving experience to avoid accidents. Anyway try to visit this site , you may find an answer here on the question of whether the premium for your vehicle will be lifted after href = " http://www.nightbirdssolutions.com " / www.nightbirdssolutions.com < / a>
#2じ "black sè Answered at 2012-03-26 07:37:35
best friends who wont give their car .... or do not pay the car to his friends.


likely to be worse than if he got into the accident. Its insured ... the person driving was not.
#3DeanAnswered at 2012-04-01 19:30:55
simple English for your insurance rate will go up but the good news is that your car was covered by insurance and luck to anyone on the road was wounded.
#4LeonardaAnswered at 2012-04-20 04:48:07
your insurance covers your car [ in most states] of an accident ... rates will rise .
#5cockAnswered at 2012-05-02 06:35:05
rates are rising. if you have collision on your car insurance should cover damages , minus your deductible . his friend had some nerve to let someone else drive your car. His friend and the person driving must cover all costs associated with the accident. Maybe we see in Judge Judy
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#7Kendal BeverlyAnswered at 2012-07-29 20:59:03
Your insurance is in force, provided that the operator had permission or reasonably believed that they had permission to operate the vehicle.

NO vehicles are insured , drivers ! Your policy covers the vehicle, all drivers who are at home, and all non-household members who operate the vehicle with his consent.

If you gave your friend permission to use the vehicle, it could transfer that consent to any other person. While the driver is reason to believe that they had permission from your insurance is still in full force and effect.

The specific circumstances of the accident to determine fault . If the operator was at-fault , and can raise their rates . The same applies if you are in a state of non -Gault . If an operator is at fault, your rates should not go assuming that your insurance company successfully recovers the at-fault party or their insurance company.
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